We just have these colourful of South Pacific flags on the boat. We ordered from U.S. because it is hard to find in Canada.
These our main dream destination flags. We have to present this flag after we arrive and have been allowed entry to each country. The yellow quarantine flag is flown before entry is granted.
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Tahiti and Society island group are the most famous along with their lesser known Marquises, Gambiers Tuamotus and Astral groups. Polynesians were granted French citizenship and the islands’ status was changed to an overseas territory; the islands’ name was changed in 1957 to Polynésie Française (French Polynesia).
The islands of French Polynesia have a total land area of 3,521.2 square kilometres (1,359.5 sq. mi),scattered over 2,500,000 square kilometres (965,255 sq. mi) of ocean. There are around 130 islands in French Polynesia.
It is made up of six groups of islands. The largest and most populated island is Tahiti, in the Society Islands.
The island groups are:
- Marquesas Islands
- Society Islands :The islands are divided, both geographically and administratively into two groups:
- Winward Islands
- Leeward Islands
- Tuamotu Archipelago
- Gambier Islands often considered part of the Tuamotu Archipelago
- Austral Islands Often considered the forgotten gems of the Pacific. Considered more beautiful than the famous Bora Bora.
- Bass Islands often considered part of the Austral Islands
is a Polynesian island nation
Which independence from the United Kingdom in 1978
Motto “Tuvalu for the Almighty”
Independent from New Zealand in 1962
Motto “Samoa is founded on God”
Cook Islands Responsibility of New Zealand
In 2003, Niue became the world’s first “Wi-Fi nation”, in which free wireless internet access is provided throughout the country by The Internet Users Society-Niue.
Independence from The United Kingdom in 1970
Motto “Fear God and honour the queen”
Use Fijian dollar
And this one a yellow fabric to make a quarantine flag. Is necessary to fly when you arrive at each country.
Quarantine flag is yellow flag flown by itself by a ship requesting pratique on entering a harbour to indicate that the ship has no disease on board; flag flown by a ship with another flag to indicate that it has contagious or infectious disease aboard.